The question is mostly curiosity, really. It did seem we were doing it very quickly, and I was wondering if I was right (not going to ask about whether it was a good idea, it wasn't my decision in the end).
Intrigued (and maybe worried) the content move isn't seen as the hard part. I'm including structuring it to look similar to how it did in WebCT, in that, though (and for that we ended up writing a web scraper to pull the structure from the WebCT HTML pages).
Response at the moment seems relative positive, at least (compared to what we'd expected, anyway). I can't really claim credit for the Moodle side of training, or making the academics happy with Moodle (my main focus has been co-ordinating, and development on a locally developed tool that a lot of courses went to instead), but I'll pass the pat on the back along to Moodle training person
Oh, and yes, St Andrews university. I'm hoping we'll get making a big thing of this closer to the start of term! Content... could have been a lot worse (for example, a lot more quizzes), but no it wasn't all nice pre-packaged SCORM modules either. Really glad to have it out and into a form we can export/modify easily.